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COVER STORY: SPRINGFIELD’S MICRO COMPACT SERIES –Ayoob Wrings Out Plain And Fancy Versions Of Springfield’s New Pocket-Sized .45 ACP.
TRAINING WITH AIRGUNS: — Can’t Get To The Range? The Author Says Your Training Need Not Suffer.
COMPATIBLE POWDERS — From A Sea Of Usable Propellants, Fadala Tells Us Why We Should Search For The Ideal.
LOADING THE 8MM NAMBU — A Neglected Cartridge And A Disparaged Pistol Combine To Form An Interesting Project.
10,000 ROUND DSA TORTURE TEST — A Merciless Test Program Proves The Ruggedness Of DSA’s FAL Rifle.
BIG-BORE BULLS FROM TAURUS — Power, Good Looks, And Accuracy — It’s All There, Says Taffin.
AIRGUNS ARE FOR HUNTING — How To Harvest Small Game And Keep Vermin In Check Without Alarming The Neighbors.
WINCHESTER’S USA JHP AMMUNITION — Premium Performance At A Bargain Prices.
MEET THE GUNSMITH: ADOLPHSEN — Classic Custom Muzzle Loading Rifles From The Pine Tree State.
HANDLOADING — If You Could Have Only One.
QUARTERMASTER — Kleen-Bore Tactical Kit.
QUARTERMASTER — Spyderco Diamond Triangles.
QUARTERMASTER — Browning Lube Shot.
HANDGUNS — Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time.
RIFLEMAN — A Rifle You’ll Shoot Every Day.
SHOTGUNNER — Shotgunning News For 2002 Is Spelled “Ammunition”.
CAMPFIRE TALES — Goodbye Friendly Skies.
PLUS MUCH MORE!
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